Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg
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Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg AIA, LEED® AP

Senior Principal

A sustainable vision for the future where all design is respectful of its environment and creates lasting value is at the core of every design for Lauri Moffet-Fehlberg. Whether it is her own studio, designed in a contemporary rural vernacular in Montana, or a mixed-use village on the West Coast, Lauri focuses on the integration of art, architecture, urban design and context to craft a unique sense of place. She stewards the environmental conscience of DAHLIN to understand and meet the challenges every project must overcome to be truly sustainable. Lauri's clients and projects extend the length of the U.S. West Coast, from Seattle to Southern California, she is shaping the design of our community fabric.

In addition to her leadership in projects and design, Lauri also provides strategic vision and direction in shaping DAHLIN's award-winning marketing efforts. Leadership in business development and marketing within the Executive Management Team, she cultivates DAHLIN relationships with her active industry participation, leadership and community engagement activities.

As a ceramic artist, she works with a medium that is a blend of aesthetics and technical skill, which she brings to her architectural design. Through her work on the Advisory Council for the School of Architecture at her alma mater, Montana State University, Lauri stays engaged with academic endeavors and is able to impart the importance of art and design to the next generation of architects.

Masters of Architecture, Montana State University
Bachelor of Architecture, Montana State University

Licensed Architect in California, Montana, Nevada, Washington
LEED® Accredited Professional


  • American Institute of Architects
  • American Planning Association
  • Montana State University, School of Architecture, Advisory Board
  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
  • ULI Sustainable Development Council
  • Urban Land Institute